The latest edition of Portrait magazine, published by the National Portrait Gallery, features an article on black+white magazine. Article author and Assistant Curator of the Gallery, Penny Grist, recalls the impact the magazine had on her as a student. In the article she talks to some of the magazine’s contributing photographers, and the celebrities they shot. Given the magazine was such a large part of my life for so many years, I felt it would be remiss of me not to mention the article. Although black+white is no longer with us, Grist’s article proves it’s not forgotten. The printed copies may be becoming rarer, but the portraits within its pages live on as a record of the spirit and times of the mid-90s and early noughties.